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Hurricane Joaquin Or Not, It’s Good To Be Prepared

As of Friday morning, October 2, Hurricane Joaquin is heading north from the Bahamas. The question is -- where is it actually heading? The map...

Hurricane Joaquin Or Not, It’s Good To Be Prepared

As of Friday morning, October 2, Hurricane Joaquin is heading north from the Bahamas. The question is -- where is it actually heading? The map...

Fearing Another Sandy, Neighbors Brace For Hurricane Joaquin

Three years after Superstorm Sandy battered their communities, residents near Sheepshead Bay are anxiously tracking a new tropical storm that could reach the Northeast early next...

See Where You Are On The New Hurricane Evacuation Map

The city has unveiled its new hurricane evacuation map, and while the new zones don't cover too much more of our area, there are...

Hurricane Season Is Here – And So Are The Hurricane Preparedness...

June 1 marked the dreaded beginning of "hurricane season," an event that people in the area will take more seriously this year thanks to...

Insurance Companies Draw Line Between Hurricanes And Floods

Using logic that only makes sense on the 10th level of Hell, some insurance companies have told homeowners affected by Superstorm Sandy that their...

Why Was The Turnout At The Fare And Toll Hike Hearings...

THE COMMUTE: Last week, I wrote that fewer than 50 people showed up at the Brooklyn fare hike hearing, held the same day as the nor’easter,...

Proposed Fare And Toll Increases — Residents May Submit Their Comments...

THE COMMUTE: If you did not attend the Brooklyn Transit Fare Hike Hearing held at the Marriott Hotel in Downtown Brooklyn last Monday because of...

Here We Blow Again

Mother Nature's quest to flatten and/or submerge New York City is entering round two today as Winter Storm Athena (had no idea they named...

MTA Deserves High Marks For Returning Service As Quickly As Possible

THE COMMUTE: It is not too often that I compliment the MTA for a job well done. Regular readers of this column know most...